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The number of hip arthroscopies performed annually has increased rapidly in recent years and is expected to continue to grow over the next several years. Hip arthroscopy training programs are quickly filled by surgeons who wish to keep up procedure volumes by learning hip procedures. Novel products specifically targeted for the hip have emerged to meet surgeon demand.

Arthroscopic wrist, ankle and elbow procedures are expected to record a strong increase in the near future. The uptick in procedure volume will drive demand for premium-priced products designed for small joint arthroscopy.

Shoulder procedures accounted for about 25% of total arthroscopic procedures performed in the U.S. in 2016. Shoulder procedures have increased steadily in recent years, and this trend is expected to persist throughout the coming years. Growth will be driven by a rapid increase in biceps tenodesis procedures and a moderate uptick in arthroscopic rotator cuff procedures. The increase in procedure volume will drive demand for suture passers and other device commonly used in arthroscopic shoulder procedures.

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More on the arthroscopic device market in the US can be found in a report published by iData Research entitled U.S. Market Report Suite for Arthroscopic Devices 2017 – MedSuite. The covers the following markets: Cannula Device Market, Hand Instrument Market, Fluid Management Disposables Market, Power Instrument and Shaver Blade Market, Radiofrequency Probe Market, and the Drill Guide Systems and Disposables Market.

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